The UCC provides services to the campus community that assist students in their preparation to be active and engaged participants in an increasingly complex world. The University Counseling Center recognizes that adjusting to and maintaining within college can be difficult due to a multitude of concerns and we want to support you. We also recognize that individuals have multiple identities, backgrounds, and experiences, such as discrimination, oppression, and marginalization that will significantly influence their access to mental health services and their mental health.
The UCC is dedicated to advocacy, healing, and supporting students from all communities and identities to enhance mental health access and support. Through counseling, outreach, and education, the UCC addresses and seeks to resolve personal, social, and developmental difficulties which may hinder students on their academic path. It is our belief that timely and professional attention to these difficulties strengthens and deepens student involvement in their academic program.
The UCC supports the university efforts to foster the growth of a community based on respectful sensitivity to all of its members and seeks to join with others in speaking clearly and consistently for the benefits of lives led in the service of greater understanding and cooperation.